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What is a cinch cable?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by supo, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. supo

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    Just bought Canton CD 1 speakers. They say I need a cinch cable for connecting the sub to the amplifier. The sub has two phone ends while the amp has one. Please help me set this up
     
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    It's the euro word for RCA.HTH.
     
  3. Ian J

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    Which is the American word for phono :D
     
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    It's a standard subwoofer cable that you want with phono plugs on each end. Either get one from Mark Grant in the powerbuy section of the cable forum here or from any hifi or AV retailer.

    Many subs have a pair of phono inputs but invariably only one of them is used.
     
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    How is different from an ordinary phono plug? the
     
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    It is no different but it's called a cinch plug, phono plug or RCA plug depending on where in the world you are.
     

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